Escape Sugar Cycling 3/4-Tight - Women's by Pearl Izumi
We covet spring days on the bike, with their warming sunshine, cool breeze, and staggering views as mountainsides are speckled with wildflowers blossoming -- but, we admit, their weather can be a little unpredictable. When you're not quite sure just how toasty the shady canyon descent will be, we find it best to reach for the Pearl Izumi Women's Escape Sugar Cycling 3/4 Tight for a little extra coverage to take the breeze off of your knees, and a soft cushion for your sit bones to keep rolling over mountain passes and into lush green valleys below. Fashioned from Pearl's SELECT Transfer Dry fabric, the Escape Sugar 3/4 Tights set the benchmark for compression, hugging your muscles gently for support, while its fibers pull away sweat to keep you dry and comfortable after strenuous efforts up steep climbs. They are built with a wide, yoga-style waistband that locks in place at your waist comfortably, while the bottom hems stay secured with silicone grippers. Gracing your sit bones with plush support is the Women's specific SELECT Escape 1:1 chamois, tapered for support where we need it, and pressure relief specific to our anatomy. A smooth and soft face fabric on the chamois aims to reduce irritation, and a blended edge-free cushion reduces chaffing. Should your springtime spin take you out further, or a little later than expected, BioViz elements adorning the calves illuminate under headlights to keep you visible in low lighting for a safe ride home.
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